Sharon Goyea


North Bangor – With heavy hearts the family of Sharon E. Goyea,72, announce her passing on (Nov 5, 2020). Sharon had been in failing health. Arrangements are with the Flint Funeral Home, Moira.

Born August 13, 1948 in Potsdam the daughter of Bernard & Marjorie (Dibble) Gilbow. She attended Malone Franklin Academy later she obtained her GED. On September 10, 1965 she united into marriage with Ronald Goyea. For over 15 years she was employed with Franklin County Dept. of Social Service specializing in the child protective service program.

Sharon enjoyed the simple things in life and crafting things with her hands. She found much peace in her sewing and making numerous craft projects as well as spending time in her flower garden. She always had a good time whenever she went to the casino or played bingo. However her heart was always filled with love and excitement when she spent time with her granddaughters.

Sharon was a member of The Home Bureau, Moira, Adult Center, Brushton Moira American Legion Ladies Auxillary, and was a communicant of the Brandon Weslyan Church.

Treasured memories will be forever in the hearts of her husband Ronald, and her children, Ronald Goyea Jr. and his companion Terry Foster of North Bangor, James Goyea of North Bangor, and Lynn (John) Humphries of Malone. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Ryan Reid and his fiance’ Amanda, Jenna (Brandon) Ferriero, Laura Goyea and her companion Ryan, Nicole Humphries and her companion Brady; great grandchildren Brandon II, Mason, Maddox, Owen, Myla, Ryker and Gracion, her chosen grandchildren Stephanie Ruggiero and Jon Foster, and great grandchildren Brantley, and Brexton.

Her half siblings Duane (Betty) Gilbo of Pulaski, Bernice Gilbo of Utah, a sister-in-laws Cindy Gilbow and Alice LaChance both of Moira along with her niece Rhonda (Brian) Crowningshield and nephews Eric and Bernard III survive her.

Besides her parents she is predeceased by a son Clarence, who passed during his infancy, a brother, Bernard, Jr., two sisters Betty Yaddow, Debra Gilbow, and a special sister-in-law Glenda Sartwell.

A graveside service will be held Thursday 1 p.m. at the Stevens Cemetery Brandon.

*Due to current health regulations social distancing and facial mask are required.

Donations may be made to the Bangor Vol. Fire and EMS.

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